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Theatro Technis ,London,  will be visiting Cyprus in May this year to perform  its Cyprus Trilogy at Theatro in Nicosia  and  Limassol.

Cyprus Trilogy encapsulates  three plays, Stella’s Letter, Educating Venus and Rosetta’
Passion, written and directed by George Eugeniou, raising  questions that are revevant to what is happening ib Cyprus today.

George Eugeniou’s CYPRUS TRILOGY  is about Justice , Thia  Dike, on which Sophocles, the ancient Greek  dramatist , built  his great plays  such as  Antigone..   Right is Might  versus Might is Right. Nobody is above the International Law or any Law  for that matter. Turkey had 44  years ago invaded  and occupied 37% of the Republic of Cyprus. Ethnic cleansing,  raping, killing, bringing Turkish settlers from Anatolia and  Turkish Cypriots from the  South to the North of the island to occupy Greek Cypriot homes, villages and towns. This is a crime against humanity which Turkey calls ‘Peace Operation’ and  the Might of the World had turned a blind eye. Apartheid, partition   and segregation  is thought to have been wiped out from the face of the earth years ago. And yet we see   its  ugly face  in Turkey who since 1974 have been aiming to legalise  its invasion and occupation of one  third of the Republic of Cyprus by  a BBF solution of two mini-states under the auspices of the might of the world .We hope that the Cyprus Trilogy, Stella’s letter, Educating Venus and Rosetta’s Passion, will be a catalytic eye opener for the International Community, and especially the multi-communal Cypriot Community whose future is at stake.

If you need any further information, please be free to contact  Theatro Technis in London or Theatro Ena in Nicosia

George Evgeniou
+44 207 387 6617


Theatro ena Nicosia: 22 & 23 May 2018 at 19:30
Information/ Reservation: 22348203

Theatro ena Limassol: 24, 25 & 26 May 2018 at 19:30
Information/ Reservation: 99395970

Tickets: €5, €12, €14